Jay Gibbs: "I know you probably get this a lot, but is there anything you can say on getting the rights to the original System Shock?"
Night Dive: "We're definitely working on it!"
I find this kind of exciting. (Sorry if this was already posted somewhere already) Naturally you all remember how Night Dive really helped bring System Shock 2 to GOG. Well it appears they're currently working trying to find the No One Lives Forever rights (at least according to the Facebook page), and suggested that Homeworld will show up here sometime this year.
In response to RPS title, "We have a pretty good idea of where the rights are..." and "We are hot on the trail!"
2. Our own Barry Woodward posted a list of requests on their page, and their response was: "That's a pretty tall order, but we're working on it! Unfortunately, Homeworld won't be released through Night Dive Studios, but don't be surprised to see it appearing later this year..."
If you have a Facebook profile, perhaps take a second to show support for this and finding other forgotten classics. I personally thanked them for establishing a strong relationship with GOG.com, because of course even though classics like SS2 can certainly show up on Steam, GG, etc., I prefer this place as my home for my good old games. :) (And the fantastic bonus material certainly helps add value; here's hoping the NOLF and Homeworld soundtracks appear! [at least whatever can be easily licensed, like the atmospheric music.)
Naturally I'm biased, but I liked the /temporary/ exclusivity that SS2 had, and hope that titles like Steam's Duke 3D expansions, AoE2 original, X-Com, etc. eventually come here.
Game music (there may be more than in these playlists):
System Shock: *http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL98D785CC7AB4E049